Get rid of the mould growing in your bath or shower with this easy trick

Mould growing in your bathroom can be tricky to get rid of it. Sometimes it seems no matter how much

Mould growing in your bathroom can be tricky to get rid of it.

Sometimes it seems no matter how much you bleach and scrub it, it just won’t budge.

Here’s how to remove it without nasty chemicals… and in one go!

To get rid of stains or mould in your grout simply get some cotton coil, or if you can’t find it, you can use cotton balls.

1. In a bowl, soak the cotton coil in bleach.

2. After the cotton is saturated with bleach take it out and place it along the grout with stains.

3. Use a cotton tip to push the cotton into the mould.

4. Let it sit overnight and in the morning you can take an old toothbrush to scrub away any remaining stains!

5. Rinse and admire your results!

Have you tried this trick before?

  1. Eleanor Norman  

    How silly is this and chlorine/bleach doesn’t get rid of mildew permanently.

  2. Jo Carson  

    Bleach does not kill mould.

    • Rosemary Farley  

      O it just discolours it. I scrubbed mine with jus a good scrubbing brush

  3. Deb Sturm  

    Apply Clove oil…this will kill the mould……Bleach just bleaches…. does not kill mould

    • Carolyn Ben  

      I’ve heard this before but can’t find clove oil anywhere. Can you tell me where I can buy it? Thanks so muck

      • Jullow  

        I buy clove oil or clove bud oil in my local health food shop.

    • Eleanor Kay  

      I have tried oil of Cloves, and can’t get it to kill my reoccurring mould . How o you use it and has your mould ever been really bad?

  4. nancy witt  

    I use peroxide and baking soda paste to clean mine up.

    • Leone O'Sullivan  

      re Peroxide – 3% or 6% ?

  5. Dale Hennessy  

    Without nasty chemicals!!!!
    Bleach is as nasty as it gets…. all bathroom cleaners have a watered down version of bleach in them!!!!!!

    Who on earth writes this stuff???

  6. Nellie  

    The easiest way to keep a shower and glass shower screen clean is to wipe it down after each use….I use the bath mat to wipe the glass and the tiles and it takes probably three minutes… My shower always looks spotless…. Once a fortnight I go over the lot with a cleaner such as ‘Bam’ or ”Shower Plus’ or similar…. Easy to do and it always looks good

    • Sheranne  

      I also wipe my shower out and clean it once a week or so ..but always looks clean ..

  7. lynne  

    I do the same as Nellie – no problems. I only wish I’d started doing way earlier than I did. My shower was nothing to be proud of. Three minutes, if that, well spent each day.

  8. S Evans  

    When the grout is clean, rub it with a plain white candle. Wax will prevent the grout getting wet, and mould can’t grow.

  9. Val  

    I just use 1/4 tsp clove oil to a litre of water, shake and spray. Next day just cleans off with a damp cloth and vinegar. No chemicals in my house.

  10. TP  

    This is the proper way and it works spray bleach on the mould daily for 7 days and DO NOT touch it yes 7 days and yes you do not touch it because if you try to remove it it will eventually grow back
    If you want to remove it in the shower as an alternative use a sharp knife with a very sharp blade cut it off the mouldy area and replace the silicone with an anti mould silicone which you can buy from any hardware

  11. Frank  

    bleach doesn’t kill mould – it only whitens it – it still grows back

    spray vinegar – leave it overnight – that kills the mould

    then spray bleach if you like – to whiten it

    too easy – no scrubbing !

  12. Glen  

    Put equal parts water and vinegar and a drop of dishwashing liquid into a spray bottle and spray the shower every two or threetimes you use it. Mould won’t develop in the first place.

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